Friday, September 24, 2010

A Sneak Peak Into My Kitchen

I warmly and heartily welcome you all into my kitchen. Nupur from OneHotStove is hosting this event where everyone has to reveal their own kitchens. A very fun event where there is no cooking involved inspite we get to see everyone's place from where all the delicious and yummy food is cooked and served. I am also on my way to reveal my kitchen to everybody. I have always loved OneHotStove which is my strong inspiration to start a food blog of my own. I truly love her recipes and reading them is such a pleasure.
We moved to this apartment just a couple of months back. So this is very newly organized. I like to keep my kitchen clutter free and to have an easy access to all the mostly needed utensils and appliances. It is larger than my old kitchen and I also like the black and maroon combination. The pantry is like a different room altogether with lots of space than my older kitchen. So, here it is -

As seen from the entrance of the kitchen -

On the rightmost side of the cooking stove is the refrigerator. On the right counter you can see dabbas for tea and sugar, Oil bottle and ghee container. This counter is not used. On the left side is the rack from the microwave(I have seen it in this apartment only) which i use to keep hot pots or pressure cooker right from the stove.

There is a corner shelf where i have kept the masala dabba or spice box in the middle rack with hing/asafoetida and jeera/cumin seeds. The upper rack is used for salt and chapati flour and oil used for rolling chapatis. The chapati dabba is kept at the bottom of the shelf.
Next to that is the onion-potato basket followed by the knife set. And then the food processor and toaster. This counter top is used the most for cutting, chopping, grinding as the food processor is here.

All the crockery is in the overhead cabinets. Utensils and pots in the lower cabinets.
The counter top next to the sink is kept empty.

And lastly that's the pantry -

That's my kitchen. I would love to see yours too. Come, participate in this link party!!


Amruta said...

Nice kitchen Tejaswini. Doesn't look like a typical apartment kitchen at all.

Pavani said...

Your kitchen looks so well organized and clean. take a look at mine when u get a chance.

Nupur said...

Your kitchen is so spacious and well-organized- thanks for sharing the pictures with us!

Tejaswini said...

@Amruta - Thanks!!! your kitchen is also very neat. loved it.
@Pavani - i liked your pull out cabinet very much. Its indeed very useful for small stuff to keep them organized.
@Nupur - Thanks Nupur!

Ragini Miranda's Kitchen said...

Hi Tejaswini.First time at ur blog here.found the link on Nupu's 'kitchens revealed event.Lovely kitchen u have here. am foll ur blog .do drop by mine at .